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Centre for Innovation on Environment and Manufacturing launched with new agreement

Monash University and Tata Steel have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a Centre for Innovation on Environment and Intelligent Manufacturing.

RMIT unveils 3D-printed titanium metamaterial that shows supernatural strength

RMIT University researchers have crafted a new metamaterial from common titanium alloy using 3D printing, showcasing unprecedented strength-to-weight proportions never before witnessed in natural or manufactured materials.

Researchers develop safe and sustainable water batteries resilient to pressure

A collaborative effort led by RMIT University has yielded the creation of recyclable 'water batteries' that promise enhanced safety and environmental sustainability.

UNSW engineers develop tech to prolong aqueous zinc battery rechargeability

Researchers from UNSW have unveiled a scalable solution to overcome the rechargeability challenges of aqueous rechargeable zinc battery (AZB) technology. 

Soft serve manufacturer Frosty Boy named finalist in Australian Export Awards

Queensland-based soft serve and beverage manufacturer Frosty Boy has emerged as a finalist in the 61st annual Australian Export Awards.

CSIRO recognised as Boeing’s Supplier of the Year

Boeing, the world's largest aerospace firm, has named Australia's national science agency CSIRO as Supplier of the Year for the fifth time since 2010.

Jellybean quantum dots serve as solution for overcrowded circuitry – UNSW scientists say

Engineers at UNSW Sydney have taken a major step towards solving a long-standing problem about giving qubits – the basic units of quantum information – more breathing space by developing a jellybean-shaped quantum dot.

Manufacturing, advanced materials exporters urged to join Western Australian Export Awards 2023

The McGowan Government is encouraging Western Australian exporters, including manufacturing and advanced materials experts, to apply for the Western Australian Export Awards 2023.

UNSW unveils new 3D printing process for energy storage

University of New South Wales engineers have developed a 3D printing process using solid-state polymer electrolytes (SPE) for energy storage.  The research team from the...

Matrix Composites & Engineering secures $14m purchase order

Matrix Composites & Engineering has secured a purchase order from Himile Mechanical Manufacturing worth approximately A$14 million for the supply of a Deepwater Drilling...

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